Electro-House, House | Birthdayy Partyy Get Crunk On Lil Jon’s “Snap Yo Fingers”

Posted by on April 9, 2018

You would think Birthdayy Partyy would run out of stuff to release by now, but they’re still going. After launching in January, they’re already near the ten release mark, which is incredibly impressive. Not only do they have quantity, but quality, as you’ll see from their take on “Snap Yo Fingers” by Lil Jon from 2006. Released as a free download like all of their tracks, this G-house treat is a must have. Whether you’re trying to take a party to the next level or a DJ at a festival, this Birthdayy Partyy remix will be your go-to!

Electronic, Hip-Hop | Lil Jon and DJ Kronic Collab “Bad Bitches” Debuts on HBO Original ‘Ballers’

Posted by on July 17, 2016


I first heard “Bad Bitches” by Lil Jon, Kronic, Onderkoffer and Keno on the HBO original series ‘Ballers’ starring The Rock and the hysterical bald dude from the Hot Tub Time Machine movies. The collaborative trap banger is bound to be bumping at your local strip clubs and music venues by the end of the summer, turning up one crowd at a time. It’s cool to see an Australian trap producer connect with an American rapstar / O.G. in the game and create such a slapper. Enjoy!

Trap, Videos | The Americanos Release Lyric Video for “BlackOut” Ft. Lil Jon, Juicy J & Tyga

Posted by on September 8, 2015

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“BlackOut” has been sweeping the nation, the debut single from DJ Felli Fel’s deejay upstart The Americanos. The trap anthem features Lil Jon, Juicy J and Tyga, released back in May, and now receives an official lyric video. This was to celebrate the debut of We Are Your Friends, where “BlackOut” landed a slot as one of the singles off of the soundtrack. “BlackOut” will definitely give you a good laugh post-Labor Day blues, with animated caricatures of Lil Jon, Juicy J and Tyga and footage not seen in the movie!


Electro, Hip-Hop, Trap | The Americanos Tag Up With Juicy J, Lil Jon & Tyga For “BlackOut”

Posted by on May 19, 2015

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Start off your Memorial Day celebrations early with a big record by DJ Felli Fel and his new production/dj group The Americanos (Lex Larson & Louie Rubio). “BlackOut” is fully original and features Juicy J, Lil Jon & Tyga. Turn Up Responsibly!

Trap | Play-N-Skillz – Literally I Can’t ft. Lil Jon, Redfoo, Enertia McFly

Posted by on October 31, 2014

Multi Grammy award-winning, multi-platinum selling production team Play-N-Skillz are back it in the form of their new “Literally I Can’t” record featuring notable heavyweights Redfoo, Lil Jon and Enertia McFly. Originally premiered on MTV, “Literally I Can’t” serves as the first single from the duo’s forthcoming album slated to release on Party Records. Play-N-Skillz are back and stronger than ever.

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Trap | Play-N-Skillz – MCHG (Remixes)

Posted by on October 2, 2013


Play-N-Skillz have been quiet as of late, but that doesn’t mean they haven’t been working hard. Coming off the success of their “Tom Ford” remix that saw spins on national radio, they release their anticipated “Magna Carta Holy Grail” remixes to the blogosphere. Look for a big single featuring Red Foo, Krazie Bone, and Lil Jon in the near future from the Grammy boys. Keep an eye out, they’re on the rise.

Electro-House | Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Coone & Lil Jon – Madness

Posted by on January 31, 2013

This is what I would call the Showtek effect. Hardstyle has now become cool in electro house because they made some fat tracks. However that does not mean we will see hardstyle break into the mainstream because let’s be honest for most people hardstyle is like that one friend you have — you can hang out with with them in small doses, but too much and you are wondering why you liked it the first place. “Madness” involves a bit too much yelling albiet coherent yelling from Lil Jon and a ridiculous instrumental from the Belgian Djs, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and hardstyle producer Coone combining big room interludes, hardstyle kicks and powerful synth leads that embody the title of the track. Coming off of an outstanding 2012 and with “Wakanda” on the way on Axtone, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike are making a push into the upper realm of the dance music elite.

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